Cops Called After 12-Year-Olds Kiss

You just do not plant a kiss and get away with it. In fact, if you’re this school administrator in Florida, you would call the sheriff after witnessing a pair of consenting 12-year-olds share a kiss on the playground.

Deputies from the Lee County Sheriff’s office were dispatched to Orange River Elementary School two students were debating on who liked a 12-year-old boy more. It was at this point that one of the girls decided to show how much she wanted the boy by walking over him and kissing him.

The assistant principal called the Florida Department of Children and Families. The administrator was instructed to call the police instead.

Sgt. Stephanie Eller, whow as at the scene, commented:

“They called us and said they caught two children kissing on the playground. The reality is it was probably something innocent between two kids on the playground. If it had been a crime at all it would have been a simple battery. At this point, it doesn’t look like we have anyone who was an unwilling participant in this.”

The deputies made a report and just documented the incident. They concluded that no crime had been committed.
Seriously, sometimes we really have to look at kids with all their innocence and stop being paranoid. Okay, maybe the school administrator was just being cautious.

Wait, let me call the sheriff’s office. I just saw a little girl planting a kiss on a little boy. Oh my, he kisses back! This is horrendous.